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The syndrome occurs when athletes drink too much, causing an imbalance of salt and water in the body.
Soft drinks can be found almost anywhere in the world, but nowhere are they as ubiquitous as the U.
Remove the internal drink tube and blow into the tube.
The Atkins diet, despite its flaws, was on target in urging people to minimize soft drinks and other foods rich in refined sugars and starches.
Simultaneously, a social norms print campaign was launched to spread the word about the new offerings on campus, and to change students' perceptions about needing to drink to have a good time.
Last month, an American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) report recommended that soda and other sweetened soft drinks be banned from schools to help fight the nation's childhood obesity epidemic (health crisis).
Women were asked how many drinks they consumed in an average week during the three months before they conceived and the last three months of pregnancy, and were classified as nondrinkers, light drinkers (three or fewer drinks per week), moderate drinkers (4-13 drinks) or heavy drinkers (14 or more drinks) for each period.
Workers were willing to give up the religious holidays that had been favored occasions for drink, but only because they could celebrate the new Soviet holidays in the traditional manner, to the chagrin of Soviet officials.
Persons who drink about one quart per day of water from the public water supply of the District of Columbia, which contains 1 ppm of fluoride, receive about 0.
In addition to the many flavored "thirst quenchers" Gatorade offers, manufacturers of the drink have recently added a "fitness water" to their repertoire of sports beverages.
So it's easy for athletes to become dehydrated if they don't drink enough to replace what is lost in sweat.
As expected, American adolescents are more likely than Hong Kong adolescents to drink, to drink more frequently, and to drink higher quantities.
Most adults remember taking their first drink at a young age; for some, getting drunk was a rite of passage.
Statistics show that the vast majority of adults who drink do so safely and responsibly.